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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Hillary and the inevitability factor for 2016; plus Ark. dirt diggers are BACK!

Posted By on Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 3:51 PM

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click to enlarge PAC MESSAGE: They're ready.
  • PAC MESSAGE: They're ready.
Thanks to Dave Weigel for some well-juxtapositioned links.

Headline in Washington Post:

RNC chair says Hillary Clinton is ‘not very good at politics’

Then Weigel provided a link to Real Clear Politics with the poll results above.

Yes, if 2008 didn't teach us anything about the "inevitability" of a Hillary Clinton victory, we are not very teachable.

But ..... I do think numbers like those above and everything else that's going on, from Super PACS to a shadow campaign organization, demonstrate the inevitability of a Hillary candidacy. If I'm wrong, she'll leave some people very unhappy about the lurch in which that's likely to leave the Democratic Party.

UPDATE: The Republican National chairman, Reince Preibus, says the GOP has "two or three" researchers in Arkansas digging up dirt on Hillary. Can Ken Starr be far behind? Where's David Hale? Larry Case is dead. So is the bait stand owner who supplied so much before. Gennifer Flower better send her TV dresses out to the dry cleaner?

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